And for when you want to connect your devices, the Portal has 10 docking stations connected to its instrument panels and seats. The Portal would also be equipped with in-vehicle commerce, which FCA says would let you pay for things like food, parking and charging time from within the car, though FCA doesn’t explain how this would work exactly.
As far as the Portal’s electric capabilities go, FCA claims the vehicle’s battery back gets 250 miles to a single charge. That’s a bit more than GM’s Chevy Bolt, which gets an estimated 238 miles on a charge.
FCA also says the Portal can recharge as much as 150 miles of range in less than 20 minutes. Chevy’s Bolt recharges about 90 miles worth of power in 30 minutes.
We’ll have more on the Portal when we check it out live later this week at CES 2017.
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